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Re: Sunderland AFC v Rochdale

Post  Kipper on 2018-09-22, 10:54 pm

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Player Ratings





Jon McLaughlin, 8/10: Made two excellent saves continuing his return to form.
Tom Flanagan, 8/10: Sunderland’s most impressive defender on his first league start for the lads.
Glenn Loovens, 5/10: Put Sunderland under pressure in the first-half with his idiotic decision making, struggled to get to grips with the pace of the game.
Jack Baldwin, 7/10: Another secure performance from our leading defender.
Denver Hume, 7/10: Impressive performance from the youngster.
Lee Cattermole, 7/10: Controlled the game well in the middle of the park.
Dylan McGeouch, 6/10: Great in possession, but he looked fragile and lightweight out of it.
George Honeyman, 6/10: Sunderland’s quietest attacker.
Lynden Gooch, 8/10: A brilliant return to form capped by his outstanding second goal.
Chris Maguire, 8/10: The one Sunderland player who was excellent throughout - found space all over the pitch, linked play superby and provided a cutting edge to our attacking play.
Josh Maja, 8/10: Two brilliant finishes - unlucky not to complete a first career hattrick in the second-half.
(SUB) Jerome Sinclair, 6/10: Came on with game already won.
(SUB) Aiden McGeady, 6/10: Got a late run-out as he works his way way back to full fitness.
(SUB) Brian Oviedo, 6/10: Came on too late to impact the game.
Man of the Match: Chris Maguire.

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Harsh on Honeyman an  Loovens. I don't get why they keep getting knocked.
Can't cut an  paste at the mo but Wearewearside ae more generous.
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Re: Sunderland AFC v Rochdale

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-09-23, 12:04 am

Kipper wrote:
Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:

Player Ratings







Jon McLaughlin, 8/10: Made two excellent saves continuing his return to form.
Tom Flanagan, 8/10: Sunderland’s most impressive defender on his first league start for the lads.
Glenn Loovens, 5/10: Put Sunderland under pressure in the first-half with his idiotic decision making, struggled to get to grips with the pace of the game.
Jack Baldwin, 7/10: Another secure performance from our leading defender.
Denver Hume, 7/10: Impressive performance from the youngster.
Lee Cattermole, 7/10: Controlled the game well in the middle of the park.
Dylan McGeouch, 6/10: Great in possession, but he looked fragile and lightweight out of it.
George Honeyman, 6/10: Sunderland’s quietest attacker.
Lynden Gooch, 8/10: A brilliant return to form capped by his outstanding second goal.
Chris Maguire, 8/10: The one Sunderland player who was excellent throughout - found space all over the pitch, linked play superby and provided a cutting edge to our attacking play.
Josh Maja, 8/10: Two brilliant finishes - unlucky not to complete a first career hattrick in the second-half.
(SUB) Jerome Sinclair, 6/10: Came on with game already won.
(SUB) Aiden McGeady, 6/10: Got a late run-out as he works his way way back to full fitness.
(SUB) Brian Oviedo, 6/10: Came on too late to impact the game.
Man of the Match: Chris Maguire.

RR
Harsh on Honeyman an  Loovens. I don't get why they keep getting knocked.
Can't cut an  paste at the mo but Wearewearside ae more generous.
Well I dont do player ratings myself but when we win and win well I dont agree with knocking anyone TBH.

There will always be some players who do better than others for all sorts of reasons a keeper being a prime example. In a game where the keeper has nothing to do you could say he earned a 5 out of 10 but is that fair.

Today we won and I much prefer to concentrate on that but player ratings are made so I think should be shared, not necessarily for everyone to agree with but more for what you are doing kipper, to give an opinion and I agree with your opinion.

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Re: Sunderland AFC v Rochdale

Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2018-09-23, 12:10 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Kipper wrote:
Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:

Player Ratings

Jon McLaughlin, 8/10: Made two excellent saves continuing his return to form.
Tom Flanagan, 8/10: Sunderland’s most impressive defender on his first league start for the lads.
Glenn Loovens, 5/10: Put Sunderland under pressure in the first-half with his idiotic decision making, struggled to get to grips with the pace of the game.
Jack Baldwin, 7/10: Another secure performance from our leading defender.
Denver Hume, 7/10: Impressive performance from the youngster.
Lee Cattermole, 7/10: Controlled the game well in the middle of the park.
Dylan McGeouch, 6/10: Great in possession, but he looked fragile and lightweight out of it.
George Honeyman, 6/10: Sunderland’s quietest attacker.
Lynden Gooch, 8/10: A brilliant return to form capped by his outstanding second goal.
Chris Maguire, 8/10: The one Sunderland player who was excellent throughout - found space all over the pitch, linked play superby and provided a cutting edge to our attacking play.
Josh Maja, 8/10: Two brilliant finishes - unlucky not to complete a first career hattrick in the second-half.
(SUB) Jerome Sinclair, 6/10: Came on with game already won.
(SUB) Aiden McGeady, 6/10: Got a late run-out as he works his way way back to full fitness.
(SUB) Brian Oviedo, 6/10: Came on too late to impact the game.
Man of the Match: Chris Maguire.

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Harsh on Honeyman an  Loovens. I don't get why they keep getting knocked.
Can't cut an  paste at the mo but Wearewearside ae more generous.
Well I dont do player ratings myself but when we win and win well I dont agree with knocking anyone TBH.

There will always be some players who do better than others for all sorts of reasons a keeper being a prime example. In a game where the keeper has nothing to do you could say he earned a 5 out of 10 but is that fair.

Today we won and I much prefer to concentrate on that but player ratings are made so I think should be shared, not necessarily for everyone to agree with but more for what you are doing kipper, to give an opinion and I agree with your opinion.
Whole hardheartedly agree with you there Syd about player ratings. Just to add there a bunch of BS proven that by the fact that the majority get above a 5 even when the TEAM lose!  Tomorrow chips wrapper springs to mind...lol

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Re: Sunderland AFC v Rochdale

Post  oldblackcat on 2018-09-23, 9:18 am

Don't think Loovens was that bad or even Honeyman and McGeouch... but everyone has their views  and opinions and the world would be a dull place if they didn't
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Re: Sunderland AFC v Rochdale

Post  Vincemac on 2018-09-23, 10:36 am

For there goal Baldwin should have cleared the ball into the stands
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Re: Sunderland AFC v Rochdale

Post  sunderpitt on 2018-09-23, 11:09 am

Vincemac wrote:For there goal Baldwin should have cleared the ball into the stands

Wrong side for me to see too clearly.. bit the keeper was furious shouting at the players...obviously upset at something


Generally I reckoned some very good displays from Hume Flanagan Catts and Maja.. but Maguire MoM for me.

McGeouch was probably the least good but still had an okay sort of game. Max Power back in his place next week? (Or N'Dong)
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Re: Sunderland AFC v Rochdale

Post  cyprussyd on 2018-09-23, 12:44 pm

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Re: Sunderland AFC v Rochdale

Post  barrowmackem on 2018-09-23, 1:02 pm

sunderpitt wrote:
Vincemac wrote:For there goal Baldwin should have cleared the ball into the stands

Wrong side for me to see too clearly.. bit the keeper was furious shouting at the players...obviously upset at something


Generally I reckoned some very good displays from Hume Flanagan Catts and Maja.. but Maguire MoM for me.

McGeouch was probably the least good but still had an okay sort of game. Max Power back in his place next week? (Or N'Dong)

I thought our keeper was shouting for a foul on Baldwin, I thought it was personally.

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Re: Sunderland AFC v Rochdale

Post  Vincemac on 2018-09-24, 9:43 am

barrowmackem wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
Vincemac wrote:For there goal Baldwin should have cleared the ball into the stands

Wrong side for me to see too clearly.. bit the keeper was furious shouting at the players...obviously upset at something


Generally I reckoned some very good displays from Hume Flanagan Catts and Maja.. but Maguire MoM for me.

McGeouch was probably the least good but still had an okay sort of game. Max Power back in his place next week? (Or N'Dong)

I thought our keeper was shouting for a foul on Baldwin, I thought it was personally.
Maybe that’s why he did clear into the stands if he was fouled 
Still he should have ✅
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